- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Classified as an adware helper, TrimModule is known to reach target computers with MultiPlug infections. We recommend that you remove TrimModule because it aims to establish the presence of adware on your computer. This adware helper is dangerous because it might prolong the existence of adware on your machine by restoring such adware information as settings, files, registry keys, etc. TrimModule does not perform any other functions besides helping adware, so users might not even be aware that this helper application is present on their computers. However, if your system contains Unideals, UniSales, YoutubeAdBlocker, or other MultiPlug infections, it is possible that TrimModule has followed them onto your system as well.
TrimModule might take a number of different names in order to disguise itself. These could be DemiUpgrader, StatEngine, FalconCentre, and others. So, if you run into one of these applications, know that it is the same adware helper and that the main function of this application is to support adware. If you have any applications on your system going under these names, delete them without any further delay.
TrimModule might be used to reinstall infections that got onto your computer via InstallRex installers, which are notorious for distributing adware. Removing this adware while TrimModule is active on your computer can be complicated because this helper might restore all the adware applications after you restart Windows, or even sooner. You should always try to delete TrimModule first because that will facilitate the removal of the rest of the adware present on your machine.
TrimModule is highly likely to access to your computer in tandem with adware; therefore, you should keep in mind that your system will suffer from all the negative effects that adware is known for. Adware is dangerous because by displaying commercial content on your browser it might expose your system to malware. This should be enough to convince you that you should remove TrimModule the moment you see the signs indicating that adware is on your machine.
The default directory for TrimModule is ProgramFiles\TrimModule. If you can find this directory on your system and your browser has started displaying advertising content, know that your computer has been infected with adware. The guide we have prepared for you below will help you remove TrimModule manually. However, in cases when adware is accompanied by helper applications, we strongly recommend automatic antimalware tools because they delete all the infections simultaneously.
Windows 8 & 8.1:
Windows Vista & 7: